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Proms 75 ,


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direct from the I Royal Albert Hall Johann Strauss :
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
A three-act operetta set in Austria in the 1870s
Libretto by CARL HAFFNER and RICHARD GENEE , after ME I LIU and halevy
English version: lyrics by CHRISTOPHER HASSALL dialogue by EDMUND TRACEY
Die Fledermaus was Strauss's third stage work, and one whose ideal fusion of libretto and music created the most famous and best-loved of all operettas.
Guests, waiters, footmen
ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA ORCHESTRA leader BARRY collins conductor Charles Mackerras Act 1


Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Johann Strauss
Unknown: Carl Haffner
Unknown: Richard Genee
Unknown: Christopher Hassall
Dialogue By: Edmund Tracey
Dialogue By: Die Fledermaus
Unknown: Iænnox Berkeley
Leader: Barry Collins
Conductor: Charles MacKerras

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